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Murder warrant issued in Texas roller rink slaying

GREENVILLE, Texas (AP) - A murder warrant has been issued for a North Texas man after a fight outside a roller skating rink left two people fatally stabbed and five hurt.

City of Greenville spokeswoman Autumn Barton on Monday night announced police are looking for Heriberto Borrego of Greenville.

An argument early Saturday inside Skate Safari, during a private birthday party, spilled outside the venue. Barton says two Greenville men, Darius Diondre Hubbard and Ljorian Marquise Harris, were stabbed and died at a hospital.

Barton says Borrego faces charges in the slaying of Harris. Police continue to investigate the death of Hubbard and the wounding of five other people. One person remained hospitalized this week. Further details on the patient weren't released.

Greenville is 50 miles northeast of Dallas.

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